Buck and I are publishing a short book which is a blast of content of what the book "Can Christians Be Saved" is saying. We omit our many personal stories and focus on the definitions and explanations of duality and oneness. We retell the parable of the Good Samaritan in such a way that the reader is able to see the difference in interpreting the story in duality, or interpreting the story in oneness.
For example, when we read the parable in duality, we see one "good" man, the samaritan, and 2 evil men, the ones who passed by the beaten man. BUT in Oneness we see that all the characters are aspects of ourselves, and so then none of the characters are to be judged, but understood as ourselves. In this way we internalize the truths of the story and find that we create certain beliefs about ourselves and our world from the experience. This is the mystical process which we experience and record in our book.